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On the 29th of November, 2021 the fourth online meeting of the National Initiative Group of Georgia (NIG Georgia) took place. The meeting was attended by the representatives of the scientific, non-governmental, and private sectors.
The purpose of the meeting was to present the main work and activities carried out in the field of advocacy and cooperation after the third meeting of the National Initiative Group and revision of the policy brief developed by the Sustainable Caucasus on the necessity of introducing sustainable pasture management in Georgia.
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On the 10th of November when the world celebrates International Science Day, the second workshop on the Caucasus Environmental Outlook has taken place with the participation of national and international scientists and practitioners from around the world.
On the 9th of November, a second virtual webinar on Social Aspects of Disaster Risk Management took place with the participation of higher education institution representatives from the countries of the Caucasus region.
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The Caucasus and Carpathian scientific networks signed an agreement this June, to collaborate on sustainable development of these unique and threatened mountain regions.
In both Carpathian and Caucasus regions scientific networks have been created, with the contribution to the regional sustainable development among their objectives:
• Science for the Carpathians (S4C) network has been established in 2008, connecting international researchers and those from the Carpathian countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Slovakia, Serbia, Ukraine)
• In 2014, representatives of the six Caucasus countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, the Russian Federation, and Turkey) formally created the Scientific Network for the Caucasus Mountain Region (SNC-mt).
Teacher Coaching Programme Workshop #1: Learning-Centered Teaching
Colleagues from the University of Geneva together with Sustainable Caucasus hold a second regional workshop on teaching-learning practice improvement to respond to the growing demand for qualified teaching in Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and hazard mapping (DRM-HM) and to contribute to capacity building for instructors in higher education institutions in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia within the project Strengthening the Climate Adaptation Capacities in the South Caucasus: Enhancing regional cooperative action for the benefit of the Caucasus mountain region (SCAC), financially supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).
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